Two Fish Divers Lembongan
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Close to Nusa Lembongan are the islands of Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan, and around all three islands are great sites
for relaxing and / or for diving.
Here are no hawkers, no traffic, and magnificent scenery and is the perfect place to put your feet up and relax.
The resort is based on the island Nusa Lembongan Bali, a small island 15 kilometres East of Sanur, south east of Bali. The distance from Sanur to Lembongan is 30 - 40 minutes by boat so its not far!
Two Fish Divers Resort on Lembongan Island, Bali can be found near the traditional village of Jungutbatu, only a two minutes walk from the sandy beach where the dive boats leave from
The resort contains 10 rooms so can accommodate 20 guests, and all the rooms will have a/c and hot water.
It also has a swimming pool and pool cafe for relaxing after diving, a dive center, compressor room and restaurant.
General Resort Facilities
Book swap facility
All rooms with a/c
Running water/showers with HOT water
Free coffee, tea and aqua drinking water
Restaurant that offers great breakfast
Lots of restaurants nearby that offer great variety for lunch and dinner
Pool cafe with cold drinks
Internet access - WIFI & fixed-line (extra charge)
This is an exciting dive for experienced divers only. The huge expanse of current swept slopes at Blue Corner provides some dramatic topography. Dropping away to 50 metres, a series of overhanging terraces hide White Tips and large Black Marbled Rays and, as you approach the corner, schools of Snapper and Jacks regularly pass by. A great site for mola mola (ocean sunfish) during the season and other visitors include eagle rays, wobbegong, tuna and even the occasional shark.
This site is so called due to its location, right by the mangrove area to the north east of Nusa Lembongan. Mangroves offers a healthy sloping coral reef, with small bommies and table corals waiting to be explored for the small stuff and often marble rays and other larger species swimming past in deeper water. Sharks are occasionally seen here too. A good site for all levels.
Lembongan Bay offers the perfect introduction to diving. Due to its maximum depth of 10m and calmer conditions, it is an ideal site for beginner divers, those wanting a refresher or for avid photographers. The sandy bottom is dotted with coral bommies which are home to frog fish, moral eels, schools of silversides, unicornfish and many more of the smaller species.
North Coast of Nusa Penida
SD (Sekolah Desa)
Sekolah Dasar means 'primary school', but when the currents are running, this site is not for the novice. Less steep than Blue Corner, but with larger coral heads, the currents here wind you past Green and Hawksbill Turtles, Marble Rays, Sea Snakes, Octopus, White Tip Reef Sharks and the most diverse collections of corals and sponges in Bali.
Pura Ped, Pura Mas Gading & Buyuk
These three sites are found side by side on Nusa Penida and share similar sloping reef topography. The colourful reef is made even more interesting with big, randomly placed barrel sponges and coral bommies. Schools of redtooth triggerfish, fusiliers, butterflyfish and drummers compete for passing food that rides the ocean currents. Turtles, rays, sea snakes and the occasional mola mola distract divers from the multitude of smaller creatures hiding amongst the corals, such as scorpionfish and frogfish. The resident school of batfish at SD are almost always a certainty.
The Channel Between Nusa Penida & Nusa Ceningan
The ‘jewel’ of Penida, Toyapakeh means salt water in Balinese and is the richest site in Penida. It is a diver’s favourite as you often find yourself swimming through school after school of colourful fish of all varieties, including the red tooth triggerfish, giant trevallies and batfish.
It has a steep wall to the south, terraces with huge hard coral formations in the bay and a shelving reef in the north that drops off gently all the way to 190m! The density of coral, sponge and fish life is incredible, even the infamous pygmy seahorse is occasionally spotted by keen sighted divers. It has all this plus larger pelagics have been spotted here (hammerhead sharks, mantas and sunfish).
This impressive coral wall begins at the foot of the sea cliffs to the North of Ceningan and drops down vertically to a depth of 180m. Currents can be strong here and once again this site is reserved for experienced divers only. The wall is colourful with dense collections of multi-coloured soft corals and sponges, and its fun to explore with plenty of nudibranchs to find. Sweeping out into the current along the wall inquisitive Eagle Rays occasionally join the dive groups for the tour which winds through schools of Oriental Sweetlips and Sleek Unicornfish.
Gamat Bay is a very small yet memorable site off Toyapakeh Strait. The steep, rugged reef slope is rich in hard and soft corals and is colourful down to 50+m. Gamat is a dive where you don't want to cover much territory and once you have navigated the slope, there are plenty of bommies, overhangs and small caves to explore as you head back into the shallows.
Also known as Penida Bay, the “Crystal” in Crystal Bay refers to the fantastic visibility normally experienced here, which can reach 30-40m+ on good day. Crystal Bay is certainly one of the area’s most popular dive sites and is a favourite of the visiting mola mola (ocean sunfish) from August to October.
The rock in the middle of the bay has very steep drop offs to the south and west and an amazing shelf in the north that is carpeted with wrinkled soft corals in the shallows. A healthy reef, an interesting cave, huge table coral and hundreds of fish of all shapes and sizes – there is not much that this dive site cannot offer.
South Coast of Nusa Penida
Manta Bay is a shallow bay with a stunning backdrop and is rich in plankton, which attracts manta rays year round. The dive has a maximum depth of 12m and the coral bottom, with its gullies and swim throughs, is an interesting distraction from the manta action going on above. Similar to Manta Point, we cannot get to this site every day, but it is closer and more protected than Manta Point, so is fast becoming a very popular dive.
The site that made Penida famous! The plankton rich waters here attract the mantas all year round, sometimes seven or eight at a time, though even one is a fantastic sight. We rarely dive more than 15m deep and certainly mantas are the main priority as the coral and visibility here are not as good as elsewhere.
Besides the mantas, Turtles, Nurse Sharks, Bamboo Sharks and Blue-spotted Rays are regularly sighted the sea conditions have to be favourable, so it is definitely a dive to be savoured. However it is an exposed site and open to the elements so you need a calm day, and although it rarely has any current it is subjected to swells.